Nigeria Announces New COVID-19 Restrictions – Closes Bars, Nightclubs And Others

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Nigeria has recorded 78,790 coronavirus cases so far since the pandemic broke.

About 1, 227 people have also died from the virus in Nigeria.

Currently, there are 9,080 active cases of COVID-19 in the country, and the government is staking extra precautions to limit infection rate ahead for the Christmas holidays.

Among the new COVID-19 safety precautions include the closure of all bars, night clubs, pubs, event centres, and recreational venues, as well as restaurants.

Restaurants providing takeaways, home deliveries and drive-ins can still open.

Also, mass gatherings like weddings, conferences, congresses, office parties, concerts, seminars, sporting activities, and end of year events have been restricted to not more than 50 people.

Public transportation systems and religious centres are to operate at 50% capacity.

In everything you do, make sure to adhere to COVID-19 guidelines.


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